Monthly Archives: February 2014

Enemy “Legally” Defined

The following definitions for “enemy” are taken from Ballantine’s Law Dictionary (3rd edition), Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (6th edition), Black’s Law Dictionary (2nd edition), and Webster’s Dictionary (1828):     (Ballantine’s) Another nation with which the country is in a state … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson Swore Upon the Altar of God

In a 1800 letter to Dr. Benjamin Rush, Thomas Jefferson explains that he promised him a letter on Christianity, but wanted more time in order to do a good job on it, particularly because Jefferson feared that the clergy of … Continue reading

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The Politics of Obedience

Believers in absolute government like to pontificate that the citizenry is bound to obey everything agents of the State tell them to do. Those who prefer to live without rulers, whether in the form of a limited government or in … Continue reading

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Sovereign Citizens Prefer to Blame the Victims of Statism

Today’s meme highlights the confusion that sovereign citizens and their cohorts like to sow in the minds of their audiences through magical thinking is by claiming that the reason we’re all being tyrannized is because all of us unknowingly acquiesced … Continue reading

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Ernie Tertelgte Does Not Understand Montana Law

Every once is a while, someone will gain notoriety for litigating their own mala prohibita case in a sensationalistic manner. By telling libertarians and constitutionalists what they want to hear, such persons make fools of themselves and their supporters when … Continue reading

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Hold On to Your Kids?

If you’ve ever been around Millennials or their children, you’ll understand that consumer electronics are ubiquitous with them. Unfortunately, the misuse of this technology, coupled with social engineering, has served to incrementally dehumanize them into apathetic drones for the State. … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson Understood Superstitious Religiosity

In a 1823 letter to John Adams, Thomas Jefferson understood just how similar monotheism is to polytheism, because both of them are, simply, nothing more than expressions of theism (today’s meme is made possible thanks to RepublicanDirtyTricks.com).  

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